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  • Last Minute Camp Reminders

    You must have medical forms for everyone going to camp.

    If you have not filled out your medical forms, please do so before coming to the church.  We will have blank ones at the church to fill out before we leave if necessary. Just parts A and C.

    Click here to get a medical form.

    Don’t forget to pack a poncho and a pocket knife also.We are at the Buzzard’s Roost.  Click for Map. It’s the far south/west camp site on the east side of the lake.  It’s easiest to get there by taking the foot bridge down by the castle at cub world.

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  • April Campout Essentials List

    See Camping Packing List for long list (you don’t need everything)

    Put your name or initials on everything.

    Mess kit. (Plastic or enameled bowl, spork, cup. Walmart or Academy Sports)
    Pocket Knife
    Pillow
    Sleeping bag
    Jacket
    Rain jacket or poncho
    Cot or mat
    Toothbrush
    Wear class A to travel
    Sports or hiking shoes
    Sunglasses
    Sunscreen
    Clear safety glasses (we have some for shooting sports, but you might want your own)
    Ear plugs (shooting sports)
    Work Gloves (axe yard, if you have a pair that fit your hands well.)
    Your Scout Book (so an adult can sign off that you completed a task).
    Medical form, Part A and C (if not previously turned in)

    (Give to Mark Benton while loading trailer before heading to camp.)

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  • April Campout

    April Camp is at Camp Don Harrington.
    Click for a Map of Camp Don.

    Medical Form (parts A and C) is Required to be on file for all campers. Download it here.

    See modified camp essentials list in post.

    Schedule:

    • Leave:  6:00pm Friday April 15th from St. Stephens
    • Return: 1:00pm Sunday April 17th to St. Stephens

    Program:

    • Shooting Range
    • Skills Competition
      Fire Building, First Aid, AX Yard, Knot and Lashing, Map and Compass
      Law / Oath / Outdoor Code, Tent Pitching, and Campfire

    Scouts and Adults interested in this camp, need to get in touch with their Patrol Leader or the Scoutmaster ASAP.

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  • April 7th Troop Meeting – Camping Preparation

    Tomorrow night’s meeting, we will be discussing the camp out that will be at Camp Don on April 15-17. Any new parents that are planning on spending the night at Camp, will need to complete the Youth Protection Training Online and turn in your medical forms tomorrow night. Any scout that is planning on going to the camp, we need to turn in your medical forms (if they are not already on file).

    Links to YPT and Medical Form download are found under Scouting Resources.

    Shark Patrol and Panther Patrol need to show up at 6:30 tomorrow night to discuss the requirements for first class.

    All Patrol Leader and Patrol Quartermasters need to meet at 6:45 tomorrow night. You need to bring the menu, shopping list, and duty roster for the camp out.

    We will be starting the coke fundraiser on Monday night. This will run from April 11 – May 2. Money will need to be turned in on May 2.

    If you are not able to be at the meeting, but you still plan on attending. Please notify your Patrol Leader/Quartermaster so that they can plan on getting enough food. The food and cooking will be done by each Patrol instead of the Troop doing it.

    We will need a count tomorrow night of how many scouts and adults will be shooting at the camp. I will need to pick up the ammo this week. Shooting at camp will cost $6 each. This will cover shotgun shells and .22lr shells.

    If you plan on shooting, then you will need to bring shooting glasses and hearing protection also.

    Info is from Jeff’s Email.

    For more info about April Campout.  Click Here.

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  • Troop 94 New Website

    Welcome to Troop 94’s new website.

    Please keep in mind that this site is still under contruction and more content is being added all the time.

    To visit the old site on scouttroop.org please click on the link on the navigation menu on the right.

    Thanks,

    Webmaster.

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